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2011 AAHU Cohort Announced

April 19, 2011

2011 AAHU Cohort Announced

The African American HIV University (AAHU) Community Mobilization College (CMC) is proud to announce its third cohort. This year's 31 Fellows come to us from a wide range of community-based and AIDS service organizations around the country. The 2011 Fellows will be in Los Angeles from April 24-29 to participate in their first training that will guide them through the development of a community needs assessment specific to their local Black community. The 2011 AAHU Fellows are:

Adyam Redae
Minority Health Consortium

Anquenette Perkins
SMHART Institute, Jackson State University

Anselma Latimer
AIDS Housing Association of Tacoma

Arthur Jackson
Southern Regional Area Health Education Center

Christopher Ervin
Aniz, Inc.

Christooher Humphrey
Harlem United

Courtney Hampton
Arkansas Department of Health

Darius Evans
N’R Peace

Durryle Brooks
Advocates for Youth

Elizabeth Thompson
Making A Way Housing, Inc.

Jesus Felizzola
Miami AIDS Project, Inc.

Jonathan Perry
N’R Peace

Juan Pierce
Minority Health Consortium

Kendall Moore
South Side Health Center

Lytani Wilson
Center for Black Women’s Wellness

Kristen Crawford
Hyacinth AIDS Foundation

Lindsay Wright-El
CHAG-Community Health Awareness Group

Lynwellyn Gudger
Illinois African American Coalition for Prevention

Maissa Jackson
Eutopia of Louisiana

Malcolm Varner
FACES-Family AIDS Clinic and Education

Nigel Witherspoon
AIDS Alabama

Rev. A.J. Johnson
BRASS0-Baton Rouge AIDS Society

Rev. James Curry
Wayne State University DMC Sinai/Grace

Robert Newells
Healing Faith HIV/AIDS Program

Shanebrae Price
SisterLove, Inc.

Tiffiny Jackson
Alethia House

Tony Sillemon
East Bay AIDS Center

Uriah Bell
Hispanic Black Gay Coalition

Walter Bradley
AID Atlanta, Inc.

William Graves
MAC-Multicultural AIDS Coalition




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